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Third round
scores from
the Wyndham Championship

Henrik Stenson -16
Kevin Na -15
Ollie Schniederjans -15
Webb Simpson -15
Johnson Wagner -14
Davis Love III -13
Harold Varner III -13
Richy Werenski -13
Shane Lowry -12
Soren Kjeldsen -12

Final round
odds for

the Wyndham

Henrik Stenson 6/4
Webb Simpson 19/5
Ollie Schniederjans 11/2
Kevin Na 6/1
Johnson Wagner 14/1
Harold Varner III 28/1
Richy Werenski 28/1
Shane Lowry 28/1
Davis Love III 33/1
Soren Kjeldsen 50/1
Anirban Lahiri 80/1
Hunter Mahan 90/1
Jason Dufner 90/1
Ryan Moore 90/1
Rory Sabbatini 100/1
Ryan Armour 150/1
Jason Kokrak 200/1
Chez Reavie 250/1
Matt Every 300/1
Camilo Villegas 500/1
Patton Kizzire 500/1
Bud Cauley 750/1
Cameron Smith 750/1
Chad Campbell 750/1
Geoff Ogilvy 750/1
Keegan Bradley 750/1
Lucas Glover 750/1
Tim Wilkinson 750/1
Tyrone Van Aswegen 750/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Wyndham Championship


Kevin Kisner
Kevin Kisner
Keith Allison

Webb Simpson
Webb Simpson
Keith Allison

Ryan Moore
Ryan Moore
Shannon McGee

Bud Cauley
Bud Cauley
James Kennedy

Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley

Shane Lowry
Shane Lowry
James Kennedy

The regular tour heads to Greensboro North Carolina and it has a feeling of “After the Lord Majors show” now all the major championships are now completed, but I am sure once the tournament gets underway, we will have some great golf, and what a course to be playing on.

Donald Ross originally designed Sedgefield Country Club back in 1926 the track was redesigned by Kris Spence in 2007. The 7,130 yard par 70 layout has a reputation for low scoring, which should make for an exciting tournament.

My tips to win:

How Kevin Kisner 18/1 with SportingBet disseminates his performance at Quail Hollow will have a large impact on how he will perform this week. Kevin has a good record over the Sedgefield Country Club course with two Top 10s in his last two starts here. If he takes the positives from last week of being right in the thick of it in a major championship on a tough course he should be fine. His final round 74 was in no way down to basically bottling it, he got beat by someone playing better golf on the day.

It's a bit hard not to go with Webb Simpson 25/1 with Bet365 again this week, he has not only won this event but has three other Top 10s in this event since 2010. It has been an uneventful year for the North Carolinian he has played some steady golf but has not really challenged with his best finishes being two Top 10s which have come over his last ten starts finishing inside the Top 16 five times. He obviously enjoys teeing it up here and this may just be the week with this weakened field that he challenges to win.

Its been a strange year for Ryan Moore 28/1 with BetVictor who has had five missed cuts from twenty starts he has also had eight Top 25 finishes but it just seems so unlike the Washingtonian, with only two Top 10s this year. Ryan is also a past champion here and with wins under his belt in each of the last three seasons he will want to keep that run going and with this weak field he stands a great chance.

My each-way tips:

Bud Cauley 35/1 with Bet365 had a horrendous start to the season missing five cuts from seven starts, he then consolidated his game for a four tournaments and then missed a further two cuts. I am not sure what changes he made at that time but he came back and had four Top 10s two of which were Top 5s from his next four starts. Bud has had two further missed cuts but has shown a lot more consistency, he had a Top 10 finish here last year firing a 64 along the way and no doubt will have been inspired by watching his good friend Justin Thomas win the PGA Championship at the weekend.

Another player who has had a strange season is Keegan Bradley 45/1 with SportingBet just when you think he has sorted his putting and gained control of his OCD in his pre-shot routine, it suddenly seems to all disintegrate again. It must be tough for the lad especially in such a public arena, which is a great credit to his mental strength and his golf game. Coming into this week his game seems to be in a good place and with three Top 15s two of which were Top 10s from his last five starts and a solid showing at Quail Hollow last week, I think he could be back in the thick of it again this week.

My outside tip:

After two missed cuts Shame Lowry 70/1 with SportingBet will be happy with his finish at last weeks PGA Championship. Shane has had five Top 25 finishes from twenty starts so far on the PGA Tour and has gradually increased the number of events he is playing this side of the Atlantic in the last three years. Lowry is yet to win a regular PGA Tour event and firing a second round 65 here last year will remind him that he can play well over the Sedgefield Country Club track and I think these are good odds for the Irishman.

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